Program IV (Maintenance)

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Program IV (Maintenance): In this phase, patients have successfully completed at least 6 months of lost weight and are developing a long-term weight management plan. Patients are required only to see the physician once a month. The physician may or may not continue to use medications (many physicians choose to require twice monthly office visits for those patients taking anorectic medications to better monitor their patients). Any and all other nutritional products, medical staff support is purchased by the patients on … Read More

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Program III (Transition)

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  Program III (Transition): In this phase, patients are transitioned to ‘real’ foods, beginning with the dinner meal which has been up to this time a package entrée. Patients are now asked to introduce 250-350 calories of real food into their diet utilizing the enclosed food exchange and meal plan outlines. The educational lessons delivered throughout Program I and Program II where patients were taught how to weigh, measure and count calories will be utilized in Program III to help them … Read More

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Program II (LCD)

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  Program II (LCD): a low calorie weight loss diet plan, which can produce quick weight loss without fasting. In this program patients will consume approximately 1000 kcal/day (this varies based upon starting weight see details below). Much of the dietary intake comes from nutritional meal replacement bars, shakes, puddings, soups and our new delicious entrees. See Shop now to learn more about the high protein low carb nutritional bars, shakes, snacks and supplements.  These low calorie self stable dinners are generally 250-300 calories … Read More

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Program I (VLCD)

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  Program I (VLCD): 700-800 kcal weight loss diet plan  utilizing medically formulated high protein supplements. When used under a physician’s supervision this nutritional program is both safe and effective in producing very rapid weight loss. Patients are seen in the office every week throughout the VLCD to monitor the safety and effectiveness of the program, looking for potential side effects from the fast. Following the JAMA August 25, 1993 article which will help you better appreciate the science behind VLCDs, … Read More

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